Here’s one torta recipe that you’ve surely missed. Shrimp fry or small shrimps is not available all-year round, it’s seasonal. So the moment that you see one in the market, buy it. And make them into a delicious and crispy tortang alamang and get your vinegar dip ready!
Tag: pinoy food
It’s time to learn how to make your own taho at home. You don’t have to wait for the vendor to shout “tahooo” just to satisfy your cravings. With this homemade version of taho, we will only be using soy milk and a bit of gelatin powder to recreate it. Although the actual process of making soya requires grinding of soy beans etc., this one requires less process and faster preparation.
Received a lot of requests to prepare Igado recipe. Igado is an original Ilocano dish which is a combination of pork tenderloin and pork liver. Adding some spices such as bell peppers and bay leaves with soy sauce. So the mix of flavors make it one delicious dish to prepare at any occasion. Here’s how to cook Igado: Ingredients: 500g
Looking for some delicious and healthy snacks for your family? You definitely want this turon recipe a try. Turon is one popular snack in the country. Very easy since you’ll only need few ingredients to get it done. Here’s how to cook turon: Ingredients: 6 pcs Banana (saba) (cut into strips) 3/4 cups Brown Sugar Lumpia Wrapper Cooking Oil (3
I know you’ve already missed this. Ginataang Bilo-Bilo with Langka is one of the most loved snack-dessert.
Let’s give our all-time favorite bistek a bit of a twist by adding mushrooms to it. It’s like adding texture and something to munch. For this recipe, we will be using Jolly whole mushrooms. It’s very easy to prepare and definitely tasty. Here’s how to cook Bistek with Mushrooms: Ingredients: 1kg Beef Sirloin (cut into thin, serving sizes) 3/4 cup